American Indian Ethnic Renewal: Red Power and the Resurgence of Identity and Culture
A Note on Terminology. Introduction: American Indian Ethnic Renewal. PART I: Ethnic Renewal. 1. Constructing Ethnic Identity. 2. Constructing Culture. 3. Deconstructing Ethnicity. PART II: Red Power and the Resurgence of Indian Identity. 4. American Indian Population Growth: Changing Patterns of Indian Ethnic Identification. 5. The Politics of American Indian Ethnicity: Solving the Puzzle of Indian Ethnic Resurgence. 6. Red Power: Reforging Identity and Culture. PART III: Legacies of Red Power: Renewal and Reform. 7. Renewing Culture and Community. 8. Reconstructing Federal Indian Policy: From Termination to Self-Determination. 9. The Problematics of American Indian Ethnicity. References. Index
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